10 Things to Know for Friday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. HOUSE OKS CURBS ON SYRIAN REFUGEES
The vote is 289-137, enough to override a threatened White House veto of the legislation erecting high hurdles for entry into the U.S.
2. HOW AUTHORITIES TRACKED ALLEGED RINGLEADER OF PARIS ATTACKS
A discarded cellphone led them to his cousin, and then to a suburban Paris apartment where both died in a hail of bullets and explosions.
3. IMMIGRATION TIDE TAKES HISTORIC TURN
More Mexicans are leaving than are moving into the U.S., reversing the flow of a half-century of migration, a study shows.
4. EXTREMISTS' QUEST RAISES ALARM
The Islamic State group is making a determined effort to produce chemical weapons, Iraqi and American officials tell the AP.
5. EX-SUBWAY PITCH MAN SENTENCED TO MORE THAN 15 YEARS
The judge cites Jared Fogle's "perversion and lawlessness" in handing down a penalty exceeding even what the prosecution had sought in the child porn and sex crimes case.
6. WHY HOMELESSNESS IS DROPPING IN US
The government credits the decrease from last year in part to expanded rental subsidies and other services to veterans.
7. FACEBOOK TRYING TO EASE HEARTACHE OF BREAKING UP
The social network is adding a feature that will allow people to avoid their ex-lover's posts and pictures in their news feed.
8. WHICH FOOD IS COMING TO DINNER TABLE NEAR YOU
Critics call it "frankenfish," but the FDA says genetically modified salmon is safe to eat.
9. ADELE'S NEW ALBUM EXPECTED TO SOAR
Some industry insiders predict "25" will sell 1.5 million units in its first week - and easily become the top-selling release of the year.
10. MLB CROWNS MVPS
Bryce Harper captures the NL award despite his Washington Nationals missing the playoffs, while Josh Donaldson of the Toronto Blue Jays takes the AL honor.